The Texas A&M football team will take on an LSU team playing in Ed Orgeron’s last game
You can explain it to me all day long but I’ll never understand the logic behind firing a coach midseason and letting him finish out the rest of the year in charge. He’s gone anyway — why not let another coach get a head start?
Unfortunately for Texas A&M, this set up the Aggies to face an LSU football team that will be playing a farewell game in Baton Rouge for the head coach that brought the team a national championship less than two years ago. Calling this a trap game, especially if the Aggies win out to this point, would be an understatement.
Thankfully, LSU’s defense is horrible and their offense isn’t good enough to make up for it. I think Texas A&M is an objectively better team and even though LSU will be playing their most emotional game since the 2019-20 National Championship game, I think they’ll fall just short.
That said, this could be an ugly one to watch if you’re an Aggie fan.
In order to win dominantly, Texas A&M will have to have strong performances out of its offensive playmakers in Zach Calzada, Jalen Wydermyer, and Isaiah Spiller. I think they’ll do just that, which will create a scoring gap in favor of the Aggies by the end of the game.
Final Score Prediction: Texas A&M Aggies 31, LSU Tigers 27